Mar 7-9 Dipshits and Numbnuts – Wake Forest Police Blotter


The general observation, if people would stop driving around with weed in their car the WFPD would be dead bored. But here is the summary, we had a couple of 16 year-old boys breaking or entering and damaging some property, a bunch of drug busts, and a high school kid carrying a concealed weapon in his truck.


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Keep in mind the crime rate in Wake Forest is very, very low. Don’t let the fact some people got into trouble, freak you out. Arrested does not equal convicted. All individuals arrested or charged with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

Wake Forest Crime Map

March 7 to March 9, 2014
March 7 to March 9, 2014


  • 3-7-2014 – A 33 year-old Wake Forest man was arrested by WFPD Officer Pulley and charged with possession of drug stuff and and an undisclosed controlled substance.
  • 3-7-2014 – A 16 year old Wake Forest lad was arrested by WFPD Officer Woyicki for breaking or entering, and damage to real property. He was given a free ride to the Wake County Detention Center where he received a poorly lit portrait photo. (Since he is under 18 we are not going to show it.)
  • 3-7-2014 – WFPD Officer Woyicki appears to have scored a two-fer as he arrested a second 16 year-old Wake Forest boy for the same charges are silly lad above. The pair got to share a ride downtown for their free pictures.
  • 3-7-2014 – WFPD Officer Loveless, whose family name needs further investigation, pulled over a 1997 BMW 540i on Capital Boulevard and discovered 17 grams of weed in it. Seventeen grams! The 18 year-old Wake Forest boy-man was transported to the Wake County Jail where he posed for a very nice mug shot. Now that’s the way a mug shot should look. Perps, take some notes. We are awarding 500 points for the best mug shot of the day.
    Shivam Sukhwal

  • 3-9-2014 – After taking the 8th off from arrests, they began on the 9th again. This time WFPD Sergeant Puckett arrested a 30 year-old Wake Forest man and charged him with being dumb enough to drive around with less than 1/2 an ounce of weed in his car.
  • 3-9-2014 – WFPD Officer Woods managed to secure a free ride down to the Wake County jail after a 20 year old Knightdale man was arrested for carrying a concealed weapon, some drugs and drug paraphernalia. The man won the mug shot below where he does kind of look a bit stoned. Just sayin’.
    Steven Alexander Perry

  • 3-9-2014 – Never let it be said that the Wake Forest Police are not efficient. WPFD Officer Woods scored a two-fer on the traffic stop and besides arresting the dude above, also arrested a 22 year-old Knightdale man wearing a nice sweater for possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia.
    Jeremy Lloyd Hart

  • 3-9-2014 – WFPD Officer Loveless caught a freebie at a license check when the 18 year-old Knightdale man admitted to having some weed in the car. The bonus here was the dude was cited and released rather than transported down to the Wake County jail.
  • 3-9-2014 – WFPD Officer hale pulled over a 19 year-old Wake Forest High School student and charged him with carrying a concealed weapon and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was cited and released.
  • 3-9-2014 – WFPD Officer Genao pulled over a 37 year-old Wake Forest woman for speeding and found she had 6.5 grams of “marijuana in plastic.” In plastic! Thank you Officer Genao for being so descriptive. We wish more of your fellow officers were as well to breakup the boredom of reading all of these reports. The woman was cited for the drugs and speeding and sent on her way.
  • 3-9-2014 – WFPD Officer Sims got a shot at making an arrest. A 27 year-old Fayetteville man was issued a citation for possession of drug paraphernalia. Not the biggest arrest of the weekend but Sims got one on the board.
  • 3-9-2014 – WFPD Officer Woods cited and released a 25 year-old Raleigh man for possession of drug paraphernalia and a touch of marijuana.

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